Howard Kurtz takes a look at the Wellstone situation and the “jockeying” for political advantage of both parties. While feelings of outrage are surely genuine on both sides, the use of outrage by both sides is purely political. That’s not a bad thing, because, as I said yesterday, you can’t lead if you don’t win. For an update on the race, check Political Wire.
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